pedro moshood

Rookie - 10 Points [pendragon] (29 february,1995 / lagos Island, Nigeria)

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  • Rookie Johnny Psalm (11/9/2012 7:38:00 PM)

    I've seen some of your poems in popular magazines in Guinea, and I've read it many times, and each time I go back to it, I learn new lesson from the content.

    At first, I never thought a teenager could think beyond their perception, however, you proved me wrong, and thus you've registered your name within my heart, you've given me new soul, you made it possible for me to see beyond teenage faculty.
    I pray that God will add power to your elbow, because you've been my source of inspiration, and I will continue to hold you in high dignity.

  • Rookie Johnny Psalm (11/9/2012 7:10:00 PM)

    When I was very young
    I dreamed of having a Unicorn
    Even though mother can't purchase a bicycle seat.
    I dreamed of being a wing horse
    And cluster in constellation
    Apart from being a local hero
    That can weed...

    I've read this poem of yours in Atazar, and I it inspired me a lot and influence me deeply to write poetry.
    I learnt you're from Nigeria, but you reside in ice.
    I hope a day will come that we will meet in person, because there are some hidden meaning embedded in your poems that I will like to discuss with you.
    I pray that God will add power to your elbow, because my dad recommended your poems, and all members of my family like your literary piece a lot.

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A Requiem For Rain

The radiance of the trapped sun
Flickered in the stifling cloud.
The blithe women danced around
The chorus thundered and the winds replicate.
The men bent kneels and outstretched hands
Like midwives waiting on a patient in labor,
Defaying the depraved element in the cloud.

Some monstrous ravens perched on baobab,
Spying from the kindred height on the climes,
Awaiting the rain dropp of flesh,
Prophesying the synester downpour
To gather basket full of flesh.
The spinning spider on the lintels
Stuffed its cobweb with cursed ...

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